View Full Version : Sizzle Q on a GMG Product Review

04-30-2010, 06:48 PM
I bought this griddle to see how it would work on a Pellet Grill which is a indirect heat source.
I will post all my results on this thread.
As you can see the Box says fits all GAS GRILLS says nothing about any other cooker. Although they do make a round one for Webers. Its on their webpage.
I started out simple as I was grilling some brats, I figured why not try it out with some fried onions? I took the GMG up to 500 Degrees & after a few minutes after temp was reached I splattered some water on the Sizzle Q and it passed. It quickly went PSST
I took a long shot of my GMG Jim Bowie just to give you an idea of how much room this Pellet Grill has.
It did ok with the Onions.
I have a feeling this is going to add a whole new dimension to my outdoor cooking. So far I'll give it :thumbs up:

04-30-2010, 09:54 PM
Thanks for the review Lou! Glad to hear it has promise.

05-01-2010, 08:06 PM
Beautiful morning! 60 ish sunny. Decided to go for some bacon, eggs, & hashbrowns.
It took a bit longer than I expected. But I think added to the problem as I didn't let the Sizzle Q warm up as I should of & the hashbrowns were frozen when I put them on. I put them on first. And I didn't let the pit settle. :exasper::exasper:



Again I had the GMG up to 500 degrees. Took almost 45 min yet well worth the effort. Very good breakfast. hash Browns were a bit chrispy, Just the way I like em!
Ya think I could get an accurate griddle temp if I layed the AW131 on it?
If I remember from YEARS ago from my burger flippin days a griddle temp should be around 375. Am I correct?

05-01-2010, 08:19 PM
Man, I just filled up on beef ribs, and you went and made me hungry again! Dammit!

05-01-2010, 10:08 PM
Nice breakfast Lou. Tell us about that bread. I feel sure it is not Sunbeam.

As to griddle temps, I think that depends on what you want to do with the griddle. Over easy eggs, prolly around 300, grilled sammies around 325, and a quick sear on a steak, likely more like 450.

I don't think the AW-131 is really designed to read that way. there are probes made to read griddles, they usually have a flat"lug" on the end that you put flat on the griddle.

An infrared gun would also be a good way to check it.

05-01-2010, 11:00 PM
The bread was done in the toaster. :shrug:
Was going to do another cook tonight, but Bride & I piggeg out :eating::oops: @ our grandsons birthday. :exasper:

05-02-2010, 09:11 AM
Another beautiful morning in paradise for cooking outdoors.:monkey:
Put some Maple, Blueberry sausages on the Sizzle Q
Along with some french toast.
And here we are!
I left the sausages on nearly a half hr but the French Toast only took a few minutes a side. Another:thumbs up::thumbs up: for Sizzle Q on a Pellet grill
Hopefully this afternoon its going to be some garlic Brocolli :msn-wink:

05-02-2010, 09:29 AM
My kids love French toast.I sprinkle a little powdered sugar over the top.

Have you ever tried a little orange zest in with it?

Looks good Lou!:drooling:
Glad you are enjoying it!

05-02-2010, 10:30 AM
I gots to have me one of those .:thumbs up:

05-02-2010, 04:36 PM
That thing looks like a ton of fun...:thumbs up:

05-02-2010, 06:48 PM
What kind of bread is that? I have never seen sliced bread with such a big "head".

05-02-2010, 07:29 PM
What kind of bread is that? I have never seen sliced bread with such a big "head".

That is a large loaf of half wheat & half white. I get from a local Mom n Pop bakery here in Wausau. Its the only one left. Other than our grocery store bakery's

05-02-2010, 07:43 PM
Well time for some Big Papa's garlic brocoli

Put it on as described only using the Sizzle Q instead of the forgmats Seemed to work pretty well.
Cooked for the 15 min & pulled it & cranked up JB to 450 & added the t-bones. When they were about done I put the brocoli back on for its sear.

The Brocoli was fantastic! Reminded me of stir fry brocoli.

Its been a FUN weekend cooking/experimenting. So far I feel the Sizzle Q is well worth the money. We do 90 percent of our cooking outdoors any way. this is a neat addition!